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Three Crowns Hotel, Chagford [Closed] - pub details


Three Crowns Hotel

Address: High Street, Chagford, Newton Abbot, Devon, TQ13 8AJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 32938) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

> Current user rating: 5.9/10 (rated by 7 users)
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user reviews of Three Crowns Hotel, Chagford

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An amazing building both inside and out.

St. Austell brewery have done a fantastic job of modernising this place and still keeped it with a bar and log fireplace (more my sort of thing).

We were a little short of time when visited but would certainly come again.

montie49 - 14 Nov 2015 12:42
Currently closed for major refurbishment
becked - 18 Mar 2011 20:50
What a shame...lovely looking building - completely ruined inside attracting the chav element - criminal !!
millreef - 29 Nov 2010 17:20
Popped in to have a look. Four St Austell ales on handpull, one of which was Black Prince, which I tried, and it was very nice. Informative young barman, who suggested I sample any I fancied (beers, that is!), which I did. Looks very nice, but something not quite right about it, so we went to the Ring of Bells, right on the square, where I had a go at the Reel Ale from Teignworthy.
(More of a pub to my mind than is this one.)
Seems just like the old fashioned managed houses of yesteryear.
The_Final_Arbiter - 30 May 2010 11:36
"'ello love"... nicely sums up these beautiful looking buildings... and the Gremlins inside. Gorgeous original facade and superb architecture on the suface but criminally ruined on the inside with a hollow, wooden, souless lounge bar and a totally inappropriate "sports" bar complete with pool table and widescreen footie! The beer sampled (Jail Ale) would have tasted nice a few degrees warmer. The service was friendly, if slightly sinister... bleary-eyed bartenders kitted out in white shirts and black bow-ties. This large pub was almost empty, probably due to the weddings in the area but the experience was one of a true Dartmoor nature - oddball, strange, eerie but gratifying in that sense. A must visit - albeit a quick one!
kingdingaling - 19 Jul 2009 23:11

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